Ansah (shoulder) will play in Sunday's game versus the Panthers.
Ansah's only played in three games this year, and he logged less than 20 defensive snaps in each outing. Ansah has generated two sacks anyway, and he'll have an uphill battle to drop Cam Newton, who has been sacked 17 times (23rd-most).
Ansah (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Sunday's matchup with the Panthers.
Ansah missed six straight games after Week 1 but since has played in the Lions' last two games. The BYU product practiced in a limited capacity all three days this week. If Ansah were to miss time Sunday, Kerry Hyder or Da'Shawn Hand could see an increase in work.
Ansah (shoulder) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Bears.
Ansah played just 12 defensive snaps during last week's loss to the Vikings in his first action since the season opener, but he still managed to record a sack. If Ansah were to suffer any sort of setback, Eric Lee and Romeo Okwara could see additional work at defensive end across from Kerry Hyder.
Ansah (shoulder) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Bears.
Ansah played in a game last Sunday for the first time since Week 1 when he suited up against the Vikings, and his limited participation at practice this week bodes well for his Week 10 availability. That being said, the 29-year-old played only 12 defensive snaps against Minnesota, and he could be on a limited snap count again this week if he's active.
Ansah's only tackle was a sack during Sunday's 24-9 loss to the Vikings.
Sunday marked Ansah's first game since Week 1, and his reps were limited against the Vikings, playing just 12 of the team's defensive snaps. He still managed to bring down Kirk Cousins for his second sack of the year, though. He'll look to keep his sack streak going against the Bears on Sunday.
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